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Newport Daily News (Newspaper) - October 26, 1953, Newport, Rhode Island The r. I monday october 26, 1953 thirteen Grantland Rice one of the Best new York there a a football coach who is pretty Well known around the Countryside. He might be the Best of All time. He appeared in new York yesterday when his team battled Steve Owen s giants. He is rated one of the Best coaches football has known. Maybe Fie is better than that. He is the Best coach football has Ever known. By that i mean that maybe if you had a big football investment you would pick Paul Brown to handle it Over Knute Rockne Percy Haughton Frank Leahy Bob Neyland Glenn Warner Earl Blaik Lou Little Greasy Neale Fielding Yost Bob Zuppke Alonzo Stagg Steve Owen George Halas Bobby Dodd Bud Wilkinson or any others you might mention. Paul Brown was an exceptional coach at Massillon with High school football. He was one of the Ohio state in College foot Ball. If he had remained there he would have set a big ten but his top record has been set in professional football where you meet the toughest test. At least it should be. Paul Brown s record in the pro league has been phenomenal. In a Long Span of years he has been up there win Ning usually but running a close second when he did t win. He has been in the Center of the spotlight year after year. Many seasons ago when pro football came along he collected a team in a hurry. He netted Otto Graham who has been the most successful of modern passers. Graham s Competition year after year has been Sammy Baugh Sid Luckman Bob Waterfield Norm Van Brocklin Bobby Layne Etc. It is hard to say that a greater passer than Sammy Baugh Ever lived. I Don t believe so. But i can say that Otto Graham is More effective in a scoring Way than any other passer. Graham has been something More than a super Brilliant passer. He has also been a magnificent Field general. And a first class runner. Brown then Drew in Marion Motley a big bruising Back who is still around and two Star ends in Mac Speedie and Dante Lavelli. Speedie and Lavelli. There May have been two More useful pass catching ends than this pair but i can t remember their names. Don Hutson was sensational. But Don t forget he played Only one end. There is plenty of hard bruising play in pro football. When a fellow like Arnie Weinmeister hits you you stay hit for some time. But Brown has kept Many of his stars on year after year. I was with Greasy Neale one Day when someone mentioned a Cleveland Deal for players from another club. What do you think of Neale was asked. I Don t know any thing about the Star sex coach said but i d like to bet that Brown did t get the worst of the Deal. I be never seen him get the worst of any Deal the eminent or. Neale has deep respect for a few people. He has for Paul Brown. In Howard Roberts excellent Book professional he credits Jack closer from Cleveland with this tribute Brown insists his team maintain the condition of Galley oarsmen the Speed of track athletes and the spirit of Young businessmen who believe in their practically All of his teams have shown these three notable assets Ever since Brown broke in. Kelly s pet shop 35 thames St. Tel. 5781 puppies wanted open a. M. To 8 p. M. 51 Chev. Club Coupe 50 Ford 3-dr. Sedan 42 Chev. 2-dr Sedan 51 Olds 2-dr. Sedan 46 Pontiac 4-dr. Sedan 41 plym. 4-dr. Sedan 51 Kaiser club Coupe Lor immediate delivery. Work done on nil Monken of Teir or used. Anchorage Kaiser Frazer sales West main Road r. I. Dealers s License no. 232 opposite Anchorage Tel. 6138 fall used car bargains 1947 Buick 4-door 1949 Mercury 4-door 1950 Cadillac 4-door 1949 Cadillac 4-door 1950 Olds 88 4-door 1950 Olds 98 4-door 1950 Oldsmobile 4-door 1949 Chevrolet Tudor 1950 Plymouth 4-door 1951 Plymouth 2-door 1951 Cadillac conv Coupe these Are safety tested used cars unconditional mechanical guarantee Miles or 90 Days these bargains before you buy Lacy Olds Cadillac inc. Naval station romps 33-0 Over Oatis abase tvo touchdowns by Ted Wegert sent the naval station s crack football team roaring to a 33-0 win Over Otis air Force base saturday at Iedd Field. Coach Charles Toole s islanders have won four of five starts. They led Otis 20-0, at half time and added two More touchdowns in the third period. The station had an 8-7 Edge in first Downs out rushed Dover 176 Yards to 83 and out passed the visitors 44 Yards to nine. Wegert swept around end on Buck lateral plays for 14 and 45 Yards in registering the first two touchdowns. In the second period the de Lane to Don Webb passing combination clicked for a 40-Yard touchdown play which was cancelled because of clipping. Just to show the play was no Accident Lane and Webb repeated it for a 12-Yard pass completion and a to. Ben Griswold Webb and Ronnie Zatkoff broke through and blocked an Otis punt in the third period. Zatkoff recovered in the end zone for a touchdown. The last touchdown was set up by Ronnie Mckinney s recovered Fumble on the 23. After Al Moses smashed through to the two Yard line Mckinney bounced into the end zone on a quarterback sneak. The station will play Westover fab next saturday morning at Kidd Field. Naval Sailon Ogle Carter Henne Man. Tackles Griswold Ainsworth Brasette Misage Everett Ridge Way Martucci Conlon. Pugh Davis. Ashcraft Chali font. Lane Moses Zangla Rosser Gray Denar do Potter Mckinney. Otlyn air Force Befle ends Vinte Rholer Conway Carr. Johnson Murphy. Bredendick. Foss Leadean Chapman Worden. Wells Shinkunas or Sands Davis. Centers Mcgee derring to Mack. Backs Poirier Handy Tambu rello Anderson. Berry Haddad Boudreau be Drello Durgan. A Avn station 6 14 13 station scoring touchdowns Wegert 2, Webb Zatkoff Mckin Ney conversions Moses. 3 place s4s4 Jne open. Mcwenie que offset runners win quonset flyers John Lafferty first naval District s five mile Champion won the naval station s 4.7 mile Cross country run in the fast time of minutes Satur Day. Lafferty was ninth in the 1953 Boston Marathon race. Eight of the other top ten represented officer candidate school. Bill Miller was second clocked in and dab Pendleton was third in other runners among the first ten were Lloyd Bairstow fort Wetherill John Mercer Bill Romey Joe Villo Paul Peabody and Robert Stern winning Lions rams stay deadlocked for nil s Western division Lead Golf postponed sunday s heavy rain forced postponement of the want Metonymy Golf club s annual members Day Golf tournament. The event will be staged next sunday weather per mitting Edward j. Mcgivney of the tournament committee said. Lincoln Downs open Lincoln. R. I. Last Lap of the new England thoroughbred racing season will get under Way today As Lincoln Downs opens a 30-Day meeting with a Fea Ture event for 3-year-Olds. Seven stake races Are scheduled for the meeting which runs through nov. 28. New York Bert Bell must have been psychic when he made out the National football league schedule because weekly without fail the slate of games has included at least one with an important bearing on the standings. There was a game a week ago Between Cleveland and washing ton with the Browns winning to take undisputed Lead of the Eastern conference. And then yesterday there was not one but two involving leaders of the Western conference. The Detroit Lions 1952 league Cham pions edged the san Francisco 49ers out of a share of the top rung 14-10. But the los Angeles rams kept Pace with the Lions by Downing the Chicago bears 38-24. The victories of the Lions and the rams made Bell s schedule look Good again for the two teams meet sunday in los Angeles with each showing a record of four Vic tories and one defeat. The 49ers setback dropped them into a third place tie with the Baltimore Colts who trounced the Washington redskins 27-17. Each has a 3-2 record. Browns win in mud in the Eastern conference the unbeaten Browns remained alone at the top with five victories after heir usual close game with the new York giants. The final score on the rain soaked new York Polo Gridiron was 7-0. Pitts Burgh moved into second place on the strength of its 31-14 saturday night Triumph Over Green Bay. But it remained for the Philadel phia eagles to put on the real offensive display of the weekend. They Defeated the wingless Chicago cardinals 56-17 to tie their own Best scoring performance and give the cards their worst nil drub Bing. The 49ers, who dropped a 24-21 decision to the Lions at Detroit recently had a 10-0 Lead Over the defending champions when Bobby Layne Cut Loose with two Long passes. The first one late in the Sec Ond period went to dome Dibble who ran 5 Yards to Complete a 47-Yard scoring play. On the first play of the final Quarter Layne shot a Long Aerial Down the mid dle to Ollie Cline for the winning tally. Van Brocklin Boyd Combine by contrast the rams left the Field at halftime on the Long end of a 24-10 count on the strength of a 21-Point second Quarter but had to break a deadlock in the final chapter passer Norm Van Brocklin and end Bob Boyd combined on scoring plays of 70 and 43 Yards and Dan Towler ran 59 Yards for the second period scores. George Blanda then engineered two bears scoring drives in the final period to tie the count but the rams promptly drove 77 Yards in five plays to go ahead and added the clincher on Towler s 23 Yard dash. The Lone touchdown in the Browns giants game came Early in the second period when a new York penalty on Cleveland s missed fourth Down Field goal gave Otto Raham another Chance. He sneaked Over from the 4. The eagles sent seven men across the goal line in tallying eight touchdowns against the cards. Jim Farmer got two touch a Downs. Bobby Thomason passed for two. Adrian Burk for one and four came on line smashes. The other was on Tom Scott s recovery of a Fumble in the end zone. Bert Rechichar was the Star in the Colts Victory. He led off with a 52-Yard Field goal added another 3-Pointer in the third period intercepted two passes and recovered a Fumble. Taking in a Redskin pass Baltimore Colts Back Carl Taseff 23, leaps High and wide to intercept a pass intended for Washington redskins end Hugh Taylor 84, in first period of game at memorial stadium. Colts Defeated redskins 27-17. Sugar Ray weighs return to ring Holyoke mass. Ray Robinson 30-year-old sex Middle weight boxing Champion says he s considering a very attractive offer from the International boxing club to return to the ring. Ever since Carl Bobo Olson of san Francisco won Robinson s vacated title against Britain s Randy Turpin last wednesday night in new York s Madison Square Gar Den reports have persisted that sugar Ray might come Back to Challenge Olson. Rental cars Deltea Llanon inc and Dutant Call cozy cab 2500 looking for a Fine car 1951 Ford Fordon. Alpine Blue with Ford Matic radio Heater. Local car we have serviced every 1000 Miles. Color keyed Interior. 1947 Studebaker 8 door. Beautiful Blue finish. Custom panels in quilted leather. Brand new tires and Complete motor overhaul. 1958 Ford club Coupe. Radio Heater seat covers undercoat Whitewall tires. Locally owned with Miles. Car with look ahead features. 1949 Chevrolet 4 door. Fully equipped. Very Well cared Lor car traded by local owner. Miles. Trade of the 1950 Nash statesman 4 door. Jet Black finish with Whitewall tires radio Heater covers and Gas saving Over drive. Another local car with Only Miles. 1950 Chevrolet Fleet 4 door. Green. One owner with Miles. 1946 Ford super deluxe club Coupe. Radio Heater sea covers turn signals new Whitewall tires. Beautiful Maroon finish. This is really and truly a like new car. Original one owner car with Only Miles. Hard to True. Definitely a car for the most discriminate buyer. Open to 9 p. M. Sheffield 5th wins Sheffield Defeated Coggeshall 34-0, at Hunter Field and Carey and St. Augustin s played a score less tie at Murphy Field saturday in Grade 5 touch football games. Mike Burke and John Caswell jr., each made two touchdowns for Sheffield. Burke s touchdown runs were for 19 and 31 Yards while Caswell ran 19 and 22 Yards for his scores. Sheffield rolled up 21 Points in the opening period. Individual stars in the Carey St. Augustin s scoreless game were Paul Healy Kevin Burns and Mike Hogan of St. Augustin s and Frank Holmes Bob o Donnell and Bill Dupont of Carey. See the by style Plymouth for 1954 Malcolm s. Bump 430-441 thames St. Phone open Eren no s2s4 Robinson Here As an entertainer admitted to Holyoke transcript sports editor Bill Keating yester Day that the inc Lias just made a new offer higher than the previous the unofficial guess As to How much the inc is willing to pay Robinson for a title bout is 000, although sugar Ray declined to name the figure. I Haven t made up my mind As yet about accepting the Robinson said but i Haven t much time left to Robinson said any final decision regarding a return to boxing will come from George who managed him throughout his ring career. Gainford is in new York. Looking fit As the result of his dance routines and occasional workouts Robinson Scales around the middleweight division limit of 160 pounds. If he agreed to fight again he d need a few warm up bouts before tackling Olson. Jack Harry s automobile supplies Grade one in Stock so Broadway next to Paramount theatre Good will used cars a few new 53 s available Clairmont l. 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